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Gutierrez Attacks Sessions — He Wants Blacks In Back Of Bus, Women In The Kitchen

Rep. Luis Gutierrez who has been a racist dog whistle for most of the time he’s been in Congress went toxic against Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Gutierrez went into projection mode using former Democratic practices and placing them on Attorney General Jeff Sessions who many have felt has been absent for most of his tenure in that position. Democrats love rewriting history for their voters because, for the most part, there is no brush back from GOP lawmakers, which is usually their practice.

Gutierrez has been a race flamethrower against Republicans to bolster his stature within the illegal immigration community. Luis figures if he can attack the top cop position, Democrats can continue their lawless agenda continuing to live by emotions with no boundaries.

Source: CNN

Rep. Luis Gutierrez stood by his comments that Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants “black people to be in the back of the bus again.”

“Sessions, he’d just love for black people to be in the back of the bus again.

He’d love for women to be in the kitchen. He’d love for gay people to be in the closet again, and for me, not to have a microphone to be able to speak to anyone,” the Illinois Democrat said earlier WEdnesday at the progressive We the People Summit.

Gutierrez defended his remarks later Wednesday on CNN’s “Erin Burnett Out Front.”

“I believe every last thing I said,” he told Burnett.

He went on to elaborate on his criticism of Sessions.

“This is a man that when he came before the Senate to try to become a federal judge, Coretta Scott King came forward. There were all kinds of testimony about him calling black men boys,” Gutierrez said. “This is a man who is trying to strip black people and diminish their voting rights.”

Gutierrez says that he genuinely believes the hate he spews, but he should be held accountable in a court of law. This is defamation at its highest peak. He justifies it through innuendos, not fact, as he brought up Coretta Scott King’s letter.

Politicians like Gutierrez and their hateful rhetoric sums up why Americans went to then-candidate Trump’s side during the 2016 election. This country doesn’t fix itself when hate spreads on a television platform like this. The only thing you can do with a person like this is to ignore him on a national scale and turn off his mic.

If our news networks were honest and cared about the future of America, they wouldn’t allow this crap in their coverage.

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Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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